A photographer who specializes in youth sports recently uploaded photos of sporting events to their website, including many pictures of children and teenagers aged 6-18. Does this violate GDPR regulations by infringing on the personal data of these minors? Can the photographer claim freedom of the press?
Category: Data Protection
After the “strictest” personal information protection law in China took effect, companies that earn money by providing services and products, especially trustees of Chinese companies, must pay attention to the different regulation patterns in the Chinese Personal Information Protection Law compared to GDPR or other major countries in the world. This article will introduce the responsibilities of trustees.